St. Ignatius Catholic Elementary School, located in the Highland Park area of Los Angeles offers a program which is permeated by Gospel values through a curriculum that develops the spiritual, intellectual, moral and physical needs of the child in Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. While recognizing individual differences, we strive to provide a high standard of performance so that each child can reach his/her full potential.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola School follows the Common Core State Standards.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola School, in partnership with parents, parish and civic community,
is committed to excellence in Catholic education for our students. Inspired by the charism of the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose we proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, build faith community, and call our students to life long Christian service.
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Students have the opportunity to participate in numerous extracurricular activities from the Archdiocesan Academic Decathlon to sports activities. Please see the extracurricular activities section.
An Extracurricular activity Saint Ignatius of Loyola has been involved with for the past
16 years has been SRLA - Students Run Los Angeles, a program where 7th and 8th grade students train to participate in the Los Angeles Marathon.